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In-person peer-to-peer events — like runs, walks and rides — have been a fundraising staple for nonprofits for years.
For years, the peer-to-peer model has been a great way to extend your fundraising reach.
The use of technology continues to spread throughout the world of giving as nonprofits increasingly leverage digital tools.
If you are new to peer-to-peer fundraising or you’re looking for new ways to leverage peer-to-peer, consider the following 4 tips.
Taking your peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns to the next level is easier than you might think. By gathering, analyzing and using data from your past campaigns and events, you can uncover trends and find new opportunities to improve your fundraising results.
As a nonprofit organization, you are no doubt constantly trying to come up with new and inventive ways to fundraise. Most organizations love the idea of hosting events, but oftentimes fundraising events end up becoming a time and money suck, with no real benefit for all the effort.